Essays on Experiences of Training of Working in the Fire Service Report

Download full paperFile format: .doc, available for editing

The paper "Experiences of Training of Working in the Fire Service" is a wonderful example of a report on management. The fire service department is one of the most daunting and challenging arenas one can ever think of. The training to the firefighters and analyzing their work experiences have been chosen as the selected topic as it reveals its essence and worth in increasing the performance and productivity levels, improved organizational climate, reduced rate of stress, the fulfillment of the personnel’ s requirements, less operational mistakes improves quality which can be achieved all through training. Personal growth, enlarged skill, enlightened altruistic philosophy, obsolescence prevention all can be achieved through proper training measures.

Hence the topic explore the value of training to combat the threat of unexpected and unwanted risk which may occur due to a fire outrage, it becomes an utmost necessity to be pre trained in order to identify the fire risks in the work place and other areas. It is an unpredictable task to envisage a disaster and its resulting impacts, consequences can be managed and controlled to an extent if proper training and pre hand experience is entailed while getting acquainted with such circumstances. Experiences of training of workers in the fire departments or fire services areas can be benefit to a number of different people including the organizations who can reduce the huge contingency costs associated with such outbreaks and securing the health and safety of their employees and customers, the public in order to generate awareness among the masses and promote alertness and responsiveness towards such untimely, unpredictable circumstances. The government is also benefited as it can facilitate the reduction in the frequency of occurrence of such disasters and ultimately preserve the valuable scare resources of the economy in meeting up many more necessary needs and requirements for public welfare rather than compensating people for events which can be prevented or timely controlled with a little consciousness and adequate training. A well communication strategy must be imbibed in the organizational structures and well communed to the concerned individuals or groups through right methods and channels.

References

Barrell L S, Benefits, challenges and issues of multi-hazard approach to observing networks, retrieved on 15th November, 2008, http://www.wmo.ch/pages/prog/dpm/ews_symposium_2006/documents/3.2.%20SusanBarrell,%20Multihazard%20approach%20to%20observing%20networks.pd

f

Kennett M, 13th July, 2006, the Risk Management Series: A Multihazard Approach

– FEMA, Workshop on Condition Assessment of Critical Infrastructure ASCE/CCI/USACE, viewed on 15th November, 2008 http://ciasce.asce.org/files/pdf/Milakennett.pdf_The Risk Management Series

Interview, London’s Fire Commissioner SIR KEN KNIGHT, April 2007, LFB Commissioner, Sir Ken Knight, retrieved on 15th November, 2008, http://www.kiddeft.com/utcfs/ws385/Assets/Moduloar%20FireTrainers%20for%20London%20Fire%20Brigade.pdf

Lawrence C, 30th October, 2008, How Firefighter Training Works, retrieved on 15th November, 2008, http://people.howstuffworks.com/firefighter-training.htm

.

Fire fighting training, 2008, Ohio Oil and Gas Energy Education Program's Oilfield Emergency Response Program, retrieved on 15th November, 2008, http://www.oogeep.org/firefightertraining.aspx

Steppingstones, 21st December, 2004, Research using Secondary Data Sources, retrieved on 15th November, 2008, http://www.steppingstones.ca/artman/publish/article_60.shtml

Theil A, Stern J, Kimball J, Hankin N, Special Report, 2003, U.S. Fire Administration

Trends and Hazards in Firefighter Training, http://www.mfte.org/resources/files/Trends_Hazards_in_Firefighter_Training.pdf

THE RIGHT START Work experience for young people: Health and safety basics for employers, INDG 364, Health and Safety Executive, retrieved on 15th November, 2008, http://www.hse.gov.uk/pubns/indg364.pdf

Tung. T, OSH Principles and Risk Assessment, viewed on 19th July, 2008, http://www.cityu.edu.hk/fse/safety/Safety_training/Course/osh/index.html.OSH

Watson, J. B. (1913), ‘Psychology as the behaviorist views it', Psychological review 20, pg 158- 177, http://www.enotes.com/1910-science-technology-american-decades-ps/psychology-behaviorist-views

Download full paperFile format: .doc, available for editing
Contact Us